Sanding & polishing
Made from abrasives or wood cubes, this technique makes it possible to give a matt appearance to a shiny part (sanding), or, conversely to give a bright shine to a matt part (polishing).
This technique is also used to give a sanded, worn appearance to a coloured piece, thus modifying its appearance and texture.
Sanding after colouring allows a two-tone surface to be obtained by erasing one coloured part and preserving another.
The sanding technique is used to obtain aspects or bicolours by mixing the pieces with abrasives or wood cubes. The sanding cycles in a polygonal barrel vary between 1 and 24 hours.